Outerwear choices are always going to encompass a whole lot of factors, style preference not being the least. So it’s always inevitably helpful to have a whole bunch of options.
As in other areas, hardwear, goggles etc. Burton (and their encompassed brands, Anon etc.) have sought to provide just about as many of those as possible. So whether you want street wear inspired anoraks, or highly technical [ak] gear, they really do have you covered.
Of note this year, the widespread incorporation of ‘Living Lining’ that uses smart fibres and insulation to help regulate your temperature, experimentation with ‘DryDye’ techniques that use far less water in the process of colouring your clothes, and a slightly more punk palette for the Analog outerwear range (don’t worry, muted colours and classic style is still in place in the main line).
Have a scroll to see what you might be picking up next winter:
Use the links below to see more 2017-2018 Snowboard Gear previews
Anon | Arbor | Bent Metal | Bonfire | Burton Hardware | CAPiTA | Dainese | Deeluxe | Dragon | Drake | Dupraz | Dinosaurs Will Die | Fix | Flow | Giro | Gnu | Head | Holden | Jones | K2 | Karakoram | Korua | Lib Tech | Melon | Mizu | Neff | Nidecker | Nitro | Northwave | NOW | Oakley | Patagonia | Picture | POW | Protest | Ride | Rome | Roxy | Salomon | Sandbox | Saxx | Sessions | Smith | Thirty Two | Union | Vans | Vimana | West | YES
Analog Caldwell Anorak 2017-2018